Our business was founded on three main principles - sustainability, quality, and service, - and we pride ourselves on our commitment to these principles each day. We provide outstanding service at competitive prices, and are here to ensure that all of your needs are met.
Only 9% of plastic worldwide gets recycled. And most recycling plants across the country refuse to take plastic used in the cannabis industry. Therefore almost every single use plastic package created by the cannabis industry has either ended up in a landfill or the ocean. That is why we are working with multiple companies to create products that have zero petroleum based plastic. While meeting all compliance regulations in the industry. With the advent of technology, we are able to use the left overs aka bio mass from the agriculture industry. Corn crops don't have to be farmed for our products. We are also working with hemp plastic, to create a more eco-friendly plastic. Industrial hemp uses little to no pesticides to grow, due to its chemical make up. Hemp also grows faster, with a higher cellulose content then most other plants. And is less harmful the the soil. We also do not use any OXO degradable plastics, or plastics that require commercial composting. As neither solves the plastic pollution problem. So no greenwashing takes place. Check out what we can do for you and get in touch with any questions.
Eco-Friendly Custom Labeling
Here at Dama we have several Eco-friendly label options to meet your needs. We offer tree free & water free labels for oil and tincture bottles. As well as plant based labels that dissolve under water. From compliance labeling to custom design labeling, we have a solution for you.
Do you have a product that you would like to be more eco-friendly? Tired of using oil based plastics? Here at Dama we work with several manufactures who produce eco-friendly plant based plastics. We can find a solution for your company.
Are you looking to use less single use plastic in your dispensary? We have several child resistant packages to meet any need.
Compostable and biodegradable are often used interchangeably, but they’re not the same thing.
Biodegradable means that a product can be broken down WITHOUT oxygen and that it turns into carbon dioxide, water, and biomass within a reasonable amount of time. Now, reasonable is not really defined, but WAY less than 1000 years, which is how long it takes some plastics.
Compostable means it breaks down to carbon dioxide, water, inorganic compounds, and biomass at a rate similar to paper and breaks down into small pieces in about 90 days, so that you don’t even recognize the original compost, and it leaves no toxic residue.